Read through a successful Geography Personal Statement for Oxford with a full analysis by Oxbridge Tutors. Find out why the Personal Statement helped the candidate to receive an Oxford offer.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NEW CAMBRIDGE PRE-INTERVIEW TEST. As well as high A Level or IB qualifications, most Cambridge University courses also require you to sit a pre-interview test. 2019 brings a change to some pre-interview tests – so if you’re applying for an Arts or Humanities degree, there’s a new test on the block.
Preparing for the TSA is a big task, especially because of the number of skills you have to practice. The Thinking Skills Assessment – the TSA – is an aptitude test for admission to certain courses at certain universities in the UK. The assessment tests a range of skills, such as problem-solving skills and how to interpret data.
The TSA (Thinking Skills Assessment) is a test that Oxford University requires of applicants applying for certain courses.
These courses vary widely and include some of the University’s most competitive courses, such as Economics and Management, PPE and Philosophy. So why exactly do applicants have to take the TSA?
My own humanities interview at Cambridge was a tense and uncomfortable experience. I remember halfway through my humanities interview at Cambridge I realised that I kept fidgeting with sweaty hands, and I sat on them to stop it. I came out thinking I had wasted my golden opportunity, and then I was ecstatic….
What can you expect in your first year of studying Geography at Cambridge? Although the brochure presents the course structure and a list of modules, this alone can make it difficult to imagine the reality of studying there. Read on for a year in the life of a first year Geography student at Cambridge…
What does Economics have to do with Geography? For anyone thinking of studying Geography and Economics at University, or related subjects such as Land Economy, this is the question on the mind of many.
Madagascar. A highly biodiverse island off the southeast coast of Africa. The island belongs to the group of Least Developed Countries (LDCs), a UN categorisation representing the poorest and weakest segment of the international community. Check out more information!
Geography is a diverse subject: I’m sure you all know this from GCSE and A-Level. At University, it becomes even more diverse. This blog will explore what it is like to study Geography at Oxford University, and why you should apply.